There is a beauty to crafting beautiful food with your own hands for the people you love. And it is even more beautiful when you’ve spent the time in the woods, in nature, and prayerfully respect and appreciate the nourishing qualities of a life well and wildly spent. Certainly it takes a little more time, a little more effort, but it is the food of love.
Michael Psilakis mentions that this venison sausage is a play on a Greek Cypriot sausage called tseftelia. It is delicious paired on a platter of meze and eaten with one’s fingers.